The 23-year-old has struggled to overcome a groin problem over the last few months and PSG have confirmed that the midfielder will undergo an operation, ruling him out for "eight weeks".
"In agreement with Paris Saint-Germain, Marco Verratti has decided to undergo surgery to heal the groin problem that has he has been suffering from for several weeks," revealed a statement from PSG.
"The operation will take place in Doha on May 16 at the Aspetar Centre - the club's official medical partner. The midfielder, who recently extended his contract with the capital club until 2020, is expected to be sidelined for eight weeks.
"As a result, Marco Verratti will play no part in Paris Saint-Germain's final matches of the season, or Euro 2016, to be held in France between June 10 and July 10. Paris Saint-Germain wishes the player a speedy recovery and hopes he will soon be fully fit and back to his best for both club and country."
Italy international Verratti has been restricted to 27 appearances for PSG this season.